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Kushies Product Focus

Kushies Baby designs, manufactures and markets an innovative collection of quality baby products and accessories. The company strives for excellence in all areas to ensure its customers receive the highest attainable workmanship and quality. This is exemplified in our continued dedication to service – an uncompromising commitment maintained for more than 50 years. The company was established as Diana Dolls Wear Ltd. in 1953, by Mary Malinowski of Stoney Creek, Ontario. Founded as a small “cottage-style” industry, it grew to become the only Canadian manufacturer of doll clothing and accessories, with a customer list that included all the major Canadian department stores. In 1987, Mary Malinowski retired and on January 1st 1988, Susan Malinowski and Sam Perez purchased Diana Dolls Wear Ltd. assets. With a seasonal product line focused on Christmas, Diana Dolls Wear Ltd. naturally began to look for additional markets possibilities for the company to expand. The decision was made to concentrate efforts on the infant children’s market, with the initial product to be a re-useable form-fitted cloth diaper. The internationally trademarked name Kooshies was created for the new product line. As President, Sam Perez, explained, “It was a unique name easily pronounced in many languages, enabling the product to be marketed worldwide under one name.” After designing the revolutionary 100 per cent cotton, reusable diaper, Kooshies undertook a year of extensive testing and refinements, and went on …

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Weekend Super Saver Coupon – Take 15% Off Kushies

Take 15% off all Kushies brand products at KellysCloset.com -Use code KUSHIES15 at check-out. Valid Feb.27th & 28th only. Limit 1 code per order. Sorry, no previous or pending orders discounted.

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Fluff Friday 68

Fluff Friday:1-Kushies Ultra Lite Diaper Trial Pak (Includes 1-Kushies Ultra Lite Infant (10-22lbs) Diaper,2- Washable Diaper Liners,2-Washcloths,10-Biodegradable Liners)1-Kushies On-the-Go Wet Bag 2pkQuestion of the week:What 2 Kushies products would you consider purchasing that we don’t currently carry at Kelly’s Closet? Please visit Kushies.com for product selections. You should leave your comment with the full names of both products before Thursday, March 4th at 7pm EST. (You can only answer the question ONCE PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY.)Other ways to enter: Follow Kushies Baby on twitter page and post a comment letting us know you are following Kushies. Become a fan of Kushies Baby on facebook. Come back and comment that you are now Kushies facebook fan. Being a follower of our blog or subscribing to our blog, gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower. Commenting in other posts during the week will give you ONE EXTRA comment PER EACH comment that you make. Simply post a comment on this one saying the title of the post where you wrote your comment. So, what are you waiting for?? Participating in other posts pays off!!! Advertising the giveaway in a forum or other blog gives you ONE extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a advertising and where. Using our button …

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The Gift of Cloth Diapering

On 9/9/09, my daughter was born. She weighed a whopping 9 pounds and 5 ounces and as her slimy, beautiful little body was placed on my belly, my world changed forever. When a friend came to visit us in the hospital bearing the kind gift of three one size bumGenius One Size 3.0 cloth diapers, my diapering philosophy was also irrevocably changed. The thing is, I had the intention to cloth diaper while I was expecting – I intended on using prefolds because I didn’t know that there were any other options. Then, I talked to a friend of mine who was using FuzziBunz; they sounded so cool I had to look them up online for myself. WOAH! I couldn’t imagine myself shelling out $15-$20 per diaper—especially since the reason I wanted to cloth diaper in the first place was so I could save money. I resigned myself to stick with Gerber prefolds and rubber pants I could find at Wal-Mart, Target, and BabiesRUs, although I was less inclined to use them after seeing how much cloth diapering had changed. However, I just couldn’t bring myself to buy them. I registered for some Kushies but unfortunately no one bought them for me and I knew my husband and I would never be able to shell out that amount of cash at one time on our own. Thankfully my friend walked …

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